Legacy Hall, one of the most anticipated arrivals in the DFW dining scene – is hosting a design competition for its upcoming tiki bar, Idol Time.
Randy DeWitt and Jack Gibbons, co-founders of The Food Hall Company, are inviting local artists to design a logo and signage for the innovative tiki bar stall that will be located in the beer garden at Legacy Hall.
“We don’t believe in restricting one’s imagination, so there aren’t any rules associated with this contest,” said Jack Gibbons. “Legacy Hall is the first of its kind in Texas, and we’re bringing the best of local food, beer, wine, cocktails and entertainment together into one unforgettable space. Idol Time will be a big part of the memorable experience we’ll be offering. So use your imagination and creativity to dream up a unique tiki bar design and share it with us.”
Artists may send their designs to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions will be accepted through June 30 at midnight. The winner of the competition will receive:
- A pair of VIP invitations to Grand Opening Weekend in October
- $300 “Hall Pass” that can be used to host a 10-person happy hour at Legacy Hall
The winner will also get some serious bragging rights and the opportunity to see their vision spring to life in the 55,000-square-foot European-style food hall when it opens around October.
Legacy Hall is the first of several projects envisioned for The Food Hall Company, founded by Randy DeWitt and Jack Gibbons, creators of Plano faves Whiskey Cake, Mexican Sugar and Sixty Vines and the upcoming restaurants Haywire (at Legacy Hall) and The Keeper (at The Shops at Legacy).Legacy Hall >